If I could use one word to sum-up our entire week it would be …
We’ve been experiencing really good weather lately – lots of glorious sunshine and beach weather! Last Thursday, we decided to take little T to the beach and invited her best-friend F and his parents too. We didn’t want to waste the lovely day by staying inside, especially since it was a real scorcher, 17 degrees people! Imagine that! Seriously folks, when you live in this side of the world, that indeed is considered warm 😉
While waiting for her best-friend to arrive, little T and her dad had fun at the rock-pools. Little T’s dad loves exploring rock-pools. He becomes like a little boy again.
Incidentally, if you notice there’s hardly any sand on the beach. That used to be covered in sand but because of the infamous winter storm that ravaged many places here in England during the beginning of the year, parts of the beach somehow disappeared. The waves though are managing to deposit the sand back slowly, but not entirely, at least not yet.
First crab of the day.
Little T trying her hand at finding crabs and other sea-creatures.
In spite of having literally a ton of work to do, Little T’s dad tried to do some work on his laptop, but couldn’t see much from the glare of the sun and decided to do some paperwork instead. No, he didn’t work the whole time we were there, what’s the point in going if he did just that?
Then we noticed mist slowly creeping in, the sun though managed to keep it at bay.
Little T and F swimming in one of the “pools” warmed by the sun.
And there they are, wondering whether they should go for it or not.
I guess the answer was NOT! Thank goodness they decided the c0ld water wasn’t for them and went back to the little pool warmed by the sun. It may feel a lot like summer, but I’m afraid the water is still blimming cold.
At this point, it was time to put the BBQ on and have a little sip of PIMMS!
Have you also have loads of sunshine on your side of the world? However, those living in tropical countries and other places where sunshine is the norm is not encouraged to answer the question 😉
I’m linking this post-up with #CountryKids.